10% REDUCERE la Pass-ul Interrail

Postat 22-07-2021 in Europe train trip

Nu rata reducerile de vară! În perioada 22 iulie – 03 august 2021 te așteptăm cu REDUCERI de 10% la Pass-urile Interrail! Ce trebuie să știi? Poți alege …  Interrail Global Pass pentru călătoria în 33 de țări din Europa sau Interrail One Country Pass ideal pentru călătoria într-una din țările din Europa. Prețuri Interrail Global Pass Promoţional 10% Reducere! Prețuri Interrail Global Pass Promoţional – redus cu 10%: VALABILITATE ADULT Cl.1  ADULT Cl.2 COPIL** TANAR <28 Cl.1 TANAR <28 Cl.2 SENIOR >60 Cl.1 SENIOR >60 Cl.2 4 zile din 1 lună (Flexi) 295,00 € 221,00 € 0 € 221,00 € 167,00 € 266,00 € 199,00 € 5 zile din 1 lună (Flexi) 338,00 € 254,00 € 0 € 254,00 € 191,00 € 304,00 € 229,00…

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The history of the royal train

Postat 07-07-2021 in Events

The royal train witnessed an important part of Romania’s history going through three forms of government: monarchy, communism and democracy. The train was ordered by King Ferdinand I in 1926 at the Ernesto Breda Construzioni Meccaniche factories in Milan, so that His Majesty and Queen Mary could make state visits to neighboring countries. The train was ready a year after the death of King Ferdinand and was used by his family. The train is composed of the lounge coach, the King’s coach, the Queen’s coach, the guest coach and the coach of the House of His Majesty the King. The lounge coach is the one in which official dinners were held, and consists of the living room, where 24 people can sit at the table…

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Explore the railway route Suceava – Putna

Postat 02-07-2021 in Events

On the Day of the Holy Voivode Stephen the Great, celebrated on the 2nd of July, you can make a journey of the Suceava – Putna route, a railway in the historical province of Bucovina. Measuring 73 kilometers, it connects the former capital of Moldavia during the rule of Stephen the Great and the Putna Monastery. Considering that 2021 is the European Year of Rail, this represents a good opportunity to discover the secondary railways which were closed and reopened for their touristic and historical value, such as Suceava – Putna, with the following path: Suceava – Suceava North – Dărmăneşti – Milişăuţi – Ţibeni – Dorneşti – Rădăuţi – Gălăneşti – Vicov – Vicovu de Jos – Bivolăria – Gura Putnei – Putna Troiţă…

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The beginning of railways in Europe

Postat 24-06-2021 in Events

The construction of railways throughout Europe has brought huge changes in the whole economic and social activity and continues to play an important role in the development of the continent to this day. The history of the railway transport began in Great Britain and then spread to continental Europe and each nation approached railways differently. Each European country has a different history regarding the railways, but the development of the modern railway system occurred due to the following factors: technological progress and the need to transport military troops and equipment. The first locomotives used steam engines. Steam engines were not initially suitable for the railway transport because they provided an oscillating linear motion that had to be transformed into a rotary motion of the wheel….

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The TRAIN = The railway transport is cleaner

Postat 18-06-2021 in Events

Although road transport has advanced in recent decades, it is expensive and does not provide a solution for all people. It has detrimental effects on environment and climate, but railway transport tends to solve all these problems. According to the EU Green Agreement by 2050, the aim is to switch to the use of alternative fuels for the total elimination of carbon emissions, and the railway transport can help because the railway pollutes 8 times less and emits 9 times less CO2 than the road transport, according to CER. For this reason, in Romania it is invested in electrification of the main railway lines, modernization and efficiency of electric locomotives, the purchase of trains with alternative fuels (hydrogen trains), the modernization of all coaches with…

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The railway connection of the Capital with the East and the West, in the beginning

Postat 17-06-2021 in Events

In 1869, Romania became the third country in Eastern Europe, after Russia and the Ottoman Empire (in Dobrogea) which had a railway line. The first cities interconnected by a railway were Bucharest and Giurgiu. In the summer of 1869, the construction of the Bucharest – Filaret – Giurgiu line was completed and on August 26, King Carol I left by train for Giurgiu, from where he then traveled on the Danube to Germany. This was an isolated line with a length of 67 km, which connected the capital with the Danube and a direct connection with the East and the West. It is the tenth railway line built on the territory of today’s Romania and the first in the Old Kingdom. It was opened to…

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